- SWF (Slammers Wrestling Federation) Heavyweight title.
- WCW Cruiserweight title defeating Madusa (January 16, 2000 – Souled Out).
In The Beginning:
- Ed Ferarra initially wrestled in the Slammers Wrestling Federation in Southern California..
World Wrestling Federation:
- Ed Ferarra was hired by the WWF as a writer, teaming up with Vince Russo for many projects..
World Championship Wrestling:
- Ed Ferarra & Vince Russo jumped to the WCW writing staff and wrote in an on-air character for himself called “Oaklahoma”..
- ~~~~~~~~~~~~The character was created to mock WWF announcer Jim Ross, and even poked fun at his bells palsy..
- January 12, 2000 – Thunder: World Cruiserweight Champion, Medsua defeated Oklahoma in an evening gown match..
- January 16, 2000 – Souled Out: Oklahoma (Ed Ferarra) defeated Madusa (w/Nitro Girl Spice) to win the WCW Cruiserweight title!..
- Late 2001: Ed Ferrara debuted in NWA Wildside and criticized the concept of women participating in wrestling..
- ~~~This began a feud with homosexual wrestler Lazz..
- ~~~A Five Minute Survival Match was booked for the Wildside Anniversary Show that year between the two..
- ~~~If Ferrera survived five minutes with Lazz, he got five minutes with the Wildside creative mind, NWA VP Bill Behrens..
- ~~~Lazz accidentally knocked out referee Jimmy Rivers, allowing Behrens to come out and hit Ferrara with a tennis racket!
- ~~~Lazz hit his finisher, the Britney Spear, and Behrens entered the ring and physically slammed the unconscious hand of Rivers..
NWA: Total Nonstop Action:
- Ed Ferarra signed on as color commentator for Jerry Jarrett’s upstart NWA Total Nonstop Action promotion..
- June 19, 2002 – NWA: Total Nonstop Action Debut: Appears as an announcer on TNA’s very first show..
- August 2002: Ed Ferarra left Total Nonstop Action to pursue “other opportunities”..
Total Nonstop Action:
- September 20, 2009: Ed Ferrara returned to TNA to partner up with Vince Russo in the creative department..
- Ed Ferrera left his teaching job at Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois to return to Total Nonstop Action..
- June 2010: Ed Ferrara was fired from the Total Nonstop Action creative team..